Paul Klee Oil Pastel Landscape

I love the way oil pastels look on a sheet of acetate, backed with a nice black piece of construction paper.
1. Create or buy grid paper and show students how to draw a simplified city skyline with lots of squares, rectangles and triangles.
2. Have the students tape a piece of acetate to the front of their grid drawing and show them how to trace their drawing to the acetate with a black Sharpie marker.
3. The students are to color in the building shapes with oil pastels on the back side of acetate.
4. Lastly, the acetate drawing is placed in front of a piece of black paper to be displayed and enjoyed!
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